No expense was spared when it came to creating this custom-designed townhome. Five floors of luxury await at 421 Avoca Avenue!
Nashville Home Decor
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This bucolic English country home in McCalla is both subtle and majestic, evoking a sense of timeless elegance. Let’s step inside this dream home!
This spacious Forest Hills home sits on nearly three acres of land just minutes from plenty of Nashville amenities. Take a look at this beautiful retreat and all of its modern conveniences.
This elegant Kentucky home is so much more than furniture and decor. Interior designer Lee W. Robinson has filled each room with intricate details, making this house a masterpiece.
From tremendous architectural elements to space and storage galore, this impressive home on Bowling Avenue is a sight to behold!
Architect Bill Ingram has a talent like no other, and his work is undeniably breathtaking. We’re excited to introduce you to him … you’ll quickly see why he’s our latest Interior Designer Crush!
A roomy, refreshing home with all of the modern amenities you could want? Yes! This home DOES exist. Take a look and you’ll see why we love it!
Rich in historic features yet filled with desirable updates, this charming home in the Richland/West End neighborhood makes us want to pack our bags and move right in!
Nashville-based designers reveal design mistakes and issues that make them squirm.
It was love at first sight when Maggie Griffin found this charming cottage in Gainesville, Georgia. She created a warm and welcoming place to call home.
A visionary former professor of architecture breathes new life into this rugged old downtown warehouse, and the results are a gorgeous mashup of timeworn elegance.
If you’re thinking about a home remodel, there are certain things to consider. Here are the most important topics worth discussing before the hammer ever hits a nail.